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Solving Connected Car's Privacy & Security Issues

Lars Reger
7/1/2014 09:30 AM EDT

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junko.yoshida
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Re: Not really a solution is it?
junko.yoshida   7/1/2014 6:06:12 PM
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Well, I do think this is a solution. The author's point, as I interpreted it, is that automakers will not be exempted from following the well-proven, well-understood authentication process. Cumbersome it may be, there will be no shortcuts.

Let me know if there is any other way.

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Not really a solution is it?
lcovey   7/1/2014 10:14:12 AM
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The title of this post is "solving... " but there weren't a lot of solutions -- or any -- given. The answer it seems is that we secure inter-car communications the same inefficient and relatively easily hacked way that we secure the internet. Doesn't really give me a lot of hope.

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